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The top museums in HonoluluIt’s easy to spend your entire holiday in Honolulu soaking up the sunshine on stunning Hawaiian beaches and surfing the island’s world famous waves. But there’s a wealth of history and culture to discover here, too. Here are some of the best museums in Honolulu to visit on your next trip.

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What to see in WaikikiIf you wanted to point a finger at the epicentre of tourism in the Pacific Islands, Waikiki would be that place on the map; the most dense, activity-laden locale in the entire Hawaiian Island chain fits in a two-mile span of beach. For those planning their next trip, here’s what to see in Waikiki.

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Where to get the best Hawaiian coffee In HonoluluCoffee is serious business in the Aloha State. But while Hawaiian coffee farming has been growing for over a century, it wasn’t until recently that visitors and residents alike could kick back at a local cafe and sample the finest beans from nearby farms. For those in search of a good strong cup of java, here’s where to get the best local coffee in Honolulu.

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Whether it’s spam musubi (an inexpensive lunch meat wrapped in rice and nori, like sushi) and fish curries, pork tonkatsu or ramen, today’s Hawaiian cuisine is a mashup of Asian flavours with island-grown goods. Here are some of the best Hawaii restaurants in Honolulu to try on your next trip.

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Hawaii Arts: A Guide to Honolulu Galleries

by BrianBerusch January 2014 - last edited September

Hawaii Arts | Honolulu's Top GalleriesTalk to 10 different artists and you’ll get ten rather different takes on who is significant and what’s “hot” at the moment in the Hawaii arts scene. But one thing that’s indisputable is that the last decade in the islands has brought new talent melding new genres in the visual arts, which has resulted in the engagement of a younger, jet set and art savvy public. Take a look at our guide to Honolulu galleries for the top art spots on the island.

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Out of the Cage: Swimming with Sharks in Hawaii

by BrianBerusch January 2014 - last edited September

Swimming with sharks in HawaiiAlthough most visitors to Hawaii—especially those who enjoy swimming, surfing and snorkelling—prefer not to see (or think about) toothy predators while frolicking in the sea, there are those who feel otherwise. Shark cage dive experiences exploded on Oahu a few years ago, in part thanks to Ocean Ramsey. Read our interview with her below.

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